THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS (August 24, 2020) – The Woodlands Township continues its 18th year of the Walk in the Woods Nature Lecture Series as three renowned wildlife experts present this fall. This family-friendly lecture series explores the fascinating species and habitats of our woodland community.
Due to safety concerns related to COVID-19, all lectures are presented online from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Register at www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/environment for each presentation to receive a link to the Zoom webinar.
Topics include Damselflies and Dragonflies on September 10, 2020. Join Bob Honig for a virtual exploration of some of nature’s most beautiful and fascinating predators. Discover which dragonflies prey on birds, take a look at the “killer lip” and deep dive into the unique mating rituals of these beautiful insects.
Bill Bass guides us along the Spring Creek Nature Trail on October 8, 2020. Bill’s stunning photography highlights migratory birds, native wildflowers, and scenic views, providing an escape back to nature in one of the fastest growing regions in the United States. Spring Creek Nature Trail and the Importance of Conservation is sure to inspire all ages to value one of our most precious backyard resources.
Cathie Coudert, Friends of Texas Wildlife Education Coordinator, concludes the lecture series on November 12, 2020 with Give Wildlife a Second Chance. Learn the importance of wildlife care and rehabilitation, the native creatures you’re most likely to encounter, and what to do if you find one in need.
For more information about the Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department or upcoming programs, please visit www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/environment or call 281-210-3800.